|Mr Truffle - 10:03 pm - Mr Truffle|
An Album-A-Day. Spacious electronic atmospheres blended with acoustic guitar playing and occasional vocals.
Keywords: Electronic; Experimental; Self-Produced; Album A Day
|Scrap Heap - Precipice - Scrap Heap|
Variously meandering harsh noise, heavy on upper mids and highs, especially on "Buried in the Sand", my favorite track. Improvised during the recording.
Keywords: Noise; Harsh Noise; Rhythmic Noise; Album-A-Day
|Scrap Heap - System That Often Fails - Scrap Heap|
We present to you a brand new album by Scrap Heap. The first songs start on a deep, dark, and melodious tone, culminating in the epic Lock Me Up. Starting with track 4, the emphasis shifts to some adventurous but minimalistic electronic industrial, which especially rewards headphone listening. You are definitely going to want to check this out, as this is some of Scrap Heap's finest work to date.
Keywords: electronic; experimental; industrial; noise; ambient; djembe; jaw harp; album-a-day; oceanbase
|Ashrilyn - Uninspired - Ashrilyn|
This misnamed album presents a medley of instrumental rock, dance, haunting film music, and more. It even has a drum solo. Ashrilyn originally made the songs as an Album-a-Day on January 3, 2006. We at Oceanbase are proud to release this slightly touched-up version.
Keywords: instrumental rock; dance; electronic; film music; drum solo; full album; album-a-day; oceanbase
|null set - millipede - null set|
a few days after christmas 2002, having nothing else to do, i decided to make as many songs as possible within a 24 hour period, using randomly selected samples for each one. the first 14 tracks on this album resulted. the rest, i added over the years, with the last track, 'millipede', being done in august 2004. this album is beat-driven and electronic in nature, with a thick, otherworldly feeling to it...
Keywords: experimental; electronic; album-a-day; full album; self-produced; public domain; oceanbase